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Response to Recent Wawa Flyer and Website

Unfortunately, after the denial of two virtually identical plans for a Super Wawa proposed to be located just after the railroad overpass on eastbound Sumneytown Pike in Upper Gwynedd Township, Wawa has chosen to place...

2018 Election Dates

Winter/Spring Township Editor

The latest Township Editor has been mailed to residents and hard copies are also available at the Township building. Stay informed with what is happening in our Township! View the online version here: http://www.uppergwynedd.org/media/22623/ugt-newslet-winter-spring-2018-v6.pdf

Christmas Tree Recycling

The Township will accept undecorated, cut Christmas trees for recycling through the end of January. Please follow the arrows on the Parkside Place driveway to the paved pool parking lot to drop off your tree...

Snow Removal Operations Notice

Upper Gwynedd Township (UGT) and the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PADOT) have agreed to modify snow removal operations on State roads within UGT boundaries for the 2017/2018 winter season. The State-owned roads in UGT are...

Hometown Heroes Banner Program

We are excited to announce a new program, Hometown Heroes to the Township. The Upper Gwynedd Township Hometown Heroes Banner Program is a living tribute created for the community to recognize and honor our Veterans...

Perkiomen Watershed Association Award

On Wednesday, July 26, 20I7, Upper Gwynedd Township was notified by the Perkiomen Watershed Association that the Township is the 2017 recipient of the Watershed's Municipal Award. This award is given to the most deserving...

Park-Sci Playground Wins Award

Park-Sci Playground was again voted the #1 best playground/park in Montgomery County by the Montco Happening magazine. Congratulations to all of the volunteers who were a part of the build over 20 years ago! See...

Pickleball Courts Opened

Upper Gwynedd Township opened their newly constructed pickleball courts this past Saturday, June 24th. Joined by Board of Commissioners Ken Kroberger (President), Steve Sands and Tom Duffy, Vice-President Clare Edelmayer cut the ceremonial ribbon with...

License Your Dog in PA

All dogs three months or older must be licensed by Jan. 1 of each year. Violators can be cited with a maximum fine of $300 per violation, plus court costs. An annual license is $8.50...





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